I'm always wary of going to restaurants recommended by the owner of the B&B, but this one turned out. Strangers who helped us find it, raved about it. Everything was very fresh. I believe that if something wasn't on the menu, it was because it wasn't caught in the sea or available from the garden that day. The seafood pasta was the best that I got during our three weeks in Italy. One son got pasta with zucchini flowers and the other son got pasta (he doesn't remember what it was from nine days ago). They both liked their dishes. The bread and wine were excellent. One of the complementary dishes, a light fluffy fried ricotta my oldest son loved, but my other son and I said "meh". The bread was baked fresh, and very good. There were several other complimentary dishes, so though the price was a bit high, for what we got, it was quite reasonable.
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